Rich Mullins


Born
in Richmond, Indiana
October 21, 1955

Died
September 19, 1997


Rich Mullins was a musician whose well-known songs include "Awesome God" and "Step by Step." As a teenager, he wrote songs while driving a tractor on his father's farm in Indiana. In 1995, after receiving his degree in music education, Rich moved to a reservation near Window Rock, Arizona, to teach music to Navajo children. Rich Mullins died in a car accident September 19, 1997.

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The World as I Remember It:...

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Rich Mullins: Home

4.65 avg rating — 82 ratings — published 1998
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The Jesus Record

4.93 avg rating — 15 ratings — published 1998
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Rich Mullins   Songs

4.79 avg rating — 14 ratings — published 1996 — 2 editions
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A Liturgy A Legacy and a Ra...

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Greatest Songs of Rich Mullins

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The World As I Remember It:...

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Brother's Keeper

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The Ragamuffin Gospel: Good...

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“Christianity is not about building an absolutely secure little niche in the world where you can live with your perfect little wife and your perfect little children in your beautiful little house where you have no gays or minority groups anywhere near you. Christianity is about learning to love like Jesus loved and Jesus loved the poor and Jesus loved the broken.”
Rich Mullins

“I had a professor one time... He said, 'Class, you will forget almost everything I will teach you in here, so please remember this: that God spoke to Balaam through his ass, and He has been speaking through asses ever since. So, if God should choose to speak through you, you need not think too highly of yourself. And, if on meeting someone, right away you recognize what they are, listen to them anyway'.”
Rich Mullins

“Never forget what Jesus did for you. Never take lightly what it cost Him. And never assume that if it cost Him His very life, that it won't also cost you yours.”
Rich Mullins